After the Golden Calf incident, God responded to Mosesâ intercession and allowed the Israelites to continue in their journey to the Promised Land. However, He decided to withdraw His Presence from among them because of their persistent stubbornness and idolatry. This meant that God would be Faithful to them but He would not Dwell with them. This news moved Moses to seek God diligently as he felt the pressure of leading the people all by himself. Moses pursued God through intimate fellowship... Topics: Moses, Israelites, God, Holy Spirit, Glory
Still stinging from the pain of being disqualified from entering the Promised Land, Moses soldiered on, leading the people toward their destiny. The shortest path to Canaan would take them through the land of Edom, occupied by their cousins, the descendants of Esau. Moses petitioned the Edomites for clearance to pass through their territory, but the Edomites refused. God warned Moses against forcing their way through, so the Israelites had take a detour around Edom. This long, winding road led... Topics: Moses, Israelites, Detour, Discipline, Snakes, Obedience, Impatience
Shortly after giving the Israelites the Ten Commandments, Moses ascended back up Mount Sinai to listen for more of Godâs instructions. As God was downloading his plans for the construction of the Tabernacle, He was interrupted by the peopleâs idolatry. Forty days after committing to obey Godâs commands, the people were violating several of them by their idolatrous actions. Even though they were walking with God, the people were still influenced by the pagan culture they learned in Egypt.... Topics: Moses, Israelites, Golden Calf, Idolatry, Intercession, Aaron
n this broadcast of Giving An Answer, H.C, Felder interviews Leroy Lamar who talks about the origins, practices, and beliefs of the African American religion Hebrew Israelites. Topics: Christianity, Cult, African American, Hebrew Israelites
A discussion of the celebrated medieval dilemma of the reconciliation of free will with Divine foreknowledge and of the various opinions of the rishonim as to why the Egyptians were punished for enslaving the Israelites despite this (possibly) being G-d's intention. Topics: gwck, yise, lech-lecha, Divine foreknowledge, free will, Egyptians, Israelites
Tim Mahoney of Mahoney Media and producer of the Exodus Case discusses new discoveries confirming the historical Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt Topics: Tim Mahoney, Mahoney Media, exodusconspiracy.com, history, Exodus, Israelites, discoveries
As the Egyptians grieved bitterly over the loss of their firstborn sons, the Israelites were marching boldly out of their slavery. God brought salvation to their households and their spiritual journey had begun. Even though they started their walk with God in such a powerful way, their faith was weak and their commitment was low. God knew that they would turn away if they had to face the Philistines right away. So God had mercy on them and led them down a long and windy road, even though there... Topics: Moses, Israelites, Exodus, Wilderness, God's Will, Trust, Obedience
This is a recording of the Psalms, from Young's Literal Translation of the Bible, read by Mark Penfold. The Psalms are the Israelites' songs of joy and sadness, contentment and complaint, happiness and suffering---but most of all, praise. King David is the most prolific contributor, but there are also psalms from his son Solomon, the sons of Korah, the worship leader Asaph, and even one from Moses! (Introduction by Mark Penfold) LibriVox project page: Psalms, YLT. For more information, or to... Topics: librivox, audiobook, bible, god, jesus, israelites, king david, solomon Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
This episode continues the discussion of Syrian, Phoenician and Israelite (Samaritan) ethnic groups or immigrant associations, moving into the Roman imperial period. This is part of series 6 (Associations in the Greco-Roman World) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast. Topics: associations, roman empire, greco-roman religion, judeans, israelites
Jim and Penny Caldwell of www.splitrockresearch.org discuss their life on the Sinai Peninsula and evidence they've found of the ancient Israelites wanderings in the wilderness Topics: Jim Caldwell, Penny Caldwell, www.splitrockresearch.org, Sinai Peninsula, Israelites, wandering,...
Why do God's people sing? We look at Exodus 15, the song of Moses and the Israelites, sung after the crossing of the Red Sea and the destruction of Pharaoh and his army, and we see the place of song in the life of the believer, the purpose of our song, and the content of our song. Topic: sermon Reformed Exodus song of Moses and the Israelites singing music
What is it like to grow up vegan in a non-vegan world? We ask three people to share their vegan childhoods; in a green family that represented veganism on TV; in a religious community trying to recover a biblical way of life in the promised land; and brought up by animal activists. Topics: harold bland, rosemary bland, black hebrew israelites of jerusalem, angie wright
This pamphlet is referred to in Louis (Lasljo) Marschalko: The World Conquerors or: the Real War Criminals (1958). The "hidden empire" is the international Jewish conspiracy to control the world. Singerman #0447 - undated, assumed ca.1938. c.f. Christian Nationalist Crusade / The National Republic: The Hidden Empire (1945) (U.S. New Deal Jewish Communism's Threat to Constitutional Government). Same titles, Singerman #0323 (1935(?)) and #0683 (1945). Out of Their Own... Topics: communism, Hebrews, Israelites, Jews, Kahal, New Deal, Roosevelt, world war two
Lesson(s) Learned Exodus 14:5-31 When the Hebrew people fled to the edge of the Red Sea, they ran into the threshold between what had been and what could be, the end of human bondage and the beginning of a new relationship with God. In the face of such a boundary, they panickedâ until Moses spoke the name of God into their story, and God not only saved them but involved them, letting them get a glimpse of what their God can do and what they can do as Godâs partner people. This was the lesson... Topics: Broadneck Baptist Church, Annapolis, Exodus, Hebrews, Israelites, new relationship, God, Moses,...
Joshua 3:3b-17, Matthew 25:14-30 The story of the Israelites carrying the Ark of the Covenant through the Jordan River, filled with the most precious things they possessed, leads us to stop and ask the question: what do we carry with us? What burdensome things do we carry that we need to lay down? And how might we carry with us anew the miraculous, loving, redemptive presence of our God, no matter where we may go? Topics: Broadneck Baptist Church, Annapolis, Joshua, Israelites, Hebrews, Covenant, promise, memory,...
A radio broadcast taught by Ryan Cummings. In this broadcast, we study about the Passover in the book of Exodus, and see how this event foreshadowed the delieverance Christ would bring. Topics: God, Jesus, Christ, Holy Spirit, Bible, Book, Word, Truth, Blood, Moses, Israel, Egypt, Israelites,...
This is Part One in the series of "Moses". There is 49 parts to this series covering the ministry of Moses. This sermon was preached by Bishop Michael Reid on the 23rd September 1983. For more information on Bishop Michael Reid's ministry, please contact the website: www.whatgodcandoministries.com Topics: The, progression, in, knowing, God, Moses 1, teachings, sermons, about, moses, israelites,...
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Guest Speaker Mirco Fronzini at Gesu Libera How God wants to see us use our bodies to his service, and stop criticising the body of our Lord... his church!!! ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Moses God Criticism Body Leader Church Jesus Bible Help Support Encourage Dependent Independent... Source: Guest speaker on Creative Muvo using integrated mic
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The book analyzes the doctrines and arguments of Universalism, a theological concept that has long been discussed and debated within Christendom. Universalism is the belief that all people without exception will eventually receive God's love, grace, salvation, mercy, and election as sons of God. It is obvious that this matter will have a profound affect on how people perceive God in their own lives; and consequently how they will perceive many social and political matters as well. This thus... Topics: Christianity, God, Bible, Israelites, Universalism, Christians, New testament, Old testament, Race,...
Invoking God's help goes back to the time of Moses. How his story encourages us to do the same. Topics: Invocation, Moses, prayer, God, Amalekites, Israelites, battles, war, Aaron, Hur, Old Testament,...